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This article focuses on information specific to the United Kingdom. Please see our Community currencies activism page for a topic overview.



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West Midlands: Free beer (and ice cream) for cycling in Bologna, local retail services for volunteering in Newcastle-Under-Lyme. Communities can incentivise themselves, Dec 14 [1]

Keeping small economies vibrant, by cleverly using blockchain, is becoming big business, Apr 3 [2]

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Waltham Forest The rebel bank, printing its own notes and buying back people's debts, Mar 23 [3]


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The Liverpool app that sidesteps the banks, Sep 14 [4]


HullCoins well spent? City's 'Bitcoin for volunteers' offers a new way to pay, Apr 22 [5]

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